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Posted by Hugh
Nov 5, 2015 at 12:56 PM

 

(Incidentally, and even further OT) I am still looking for a piece of information-management software that isn’t a “silo” or everything-bucket, and will successfully perform all the functions I list above, but is also “platform-blind” in the sense that it will manage information-folders and files on my desktop and laptop and in accounts with cloud-based platforms just the same (Mac/Windows crossover would of course be even better, but very unlikely). There are pieces of software that are on the way there, such as the Mac search app Found, and others that are trying to get there, but none that I know of that has arrived. It seems to me that such software will be part of the future; creating “silos” on the desktop has worked well so far, but in a mobile world their time is passing. If anybody knows of any such “platform-blind” Mac software, please do say!

 


Posted by jamesofford
Nov 5, 2015 at 04:35 PM

 

Off-topic for the original posting, but germane to the discussion:

Has anyone tried Alfons Schmid’s Notebooks?(http://www.notebooksapp.com/). I took a quick look at it the other day after I saw it mentioned here. It looks interesting.
Apparently there is a version for iOS, a version for the Mac and a version for the PC.
It looks interesting. But before I plump down my $9.99, I was hoping to get some more info on how well it works.

Jim

 


Posted by Hugh
Nov 5, 2015 at 05:02 PM

 

jamesofford wrote:
Off-topic for the original posting, but germane to the discussion:
> >Has anyone tried Alfons Schmid’s
>Notebooks?(http://www.notebooksapp.com/). I took a quick look at it the
>other day after I saw it mentioned here. It looks interesting.
>Apparently there is a version for iOS, a version for the Mac and a
>version for the PC.
>It looks interesting. But before I plump down my $9.99, I was hoping to
>get some more info on how well it works.
> >Jim

I have a license for it, purchased when NoteSuite began to go AWOL. My thoughts: efficient, reliable, unsurprising, with features varying from platform to platform (possibly this latter has now changed). But my meagre usage leaves me hardly qualified to comment. However, I do remember Notebooks fans posting here around the time NoteSuite was all the rage, and I’m sure a search will turn up their views.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Nov 5, 2015 at 08:04 PM

 

@jamesofford

Alfons Schmidt’s Notebooks (OS X and iOS versions) have been discussed here frequently:

http://www.outlinersoftware.com/search/index/notebooks

 


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